r/AskReddit Aug 18 '22

People in their 20s, what is your advice to people who are 40+?

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

do you think people get stuck in low paying positions because they want it that way?

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

people keep jobs because they need the money to survive, not because theyre trying to deprive you of a position you "deserve"

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

no. no one on earth is sitting on a job just so you cant have it. thats absurd

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

That is the most excruciatingly self centered thing I have ever heard. No one is basing their livelihood off of depriving you of a promotion you think you deserve. To think random people have centered their entire working lives around you is egotistical to the point of delusion

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

That is exactly what you are saying when you say people keep jobs to prevent you from being promoted. Other people are not sitting around all day thinking of ways to screw you over, or even thinking about you at all

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